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24×36 Sugar Shack Plan


Sugar shacks historically have been where maple syrup is made by boiling down the sap from sugar maple trees.  The characteristic cupola actually was furnished with doors to allow steam to escape.  Now you can create your own piece of history by cutting this 24x36 sugar shack plan! You can use this for its traditional purpose, or create a tiny home, guest house or fantastic workshop for yourself!

When you buy this 24x36 sugar shack plan, you will receive links to download the plan in pdf format.  The construction set contains 11 pages chock full of the information you need to be successful. There are plenty of 3-dimensional drawings so you can picture what you are creating. We even include an exploded 3-D so you can see how all the joinery works. There are longitudinal and transverse sections with plenty of notes, and detail drawings  explaining the finer points. The piece drawing set has 30 pages showing each cut on every timber, fully dimensioned.   And we provide you with timber and connector lists to make acquiring your materials easier.

  • Traditional mortise and tenon, spline and scarf joinery
  • Dimensions from outside of posts: 34’ - 1 ¾” x 22’ - 11 3/4” to accommodate 2x6 wall structure, giving you a true 24x36 foundation or floor framing plan
  • 784 square feet under roof
  • 1’-6” gable-end overhangs, 2’-6” rafter-end overhangs
  • Attractive king post trusses; 8:12 pitch roof
  • Top of tie beams 11’-1” a.f.f.; Tops of plates 12’-2 ½” a.f.f.
  • Top of rafters 20’-4 13/16” a.f.f, top of cupola 25’-0 7/16” a.f.f.

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  1. Wind / hurricane / tornado
  2. Seismic / earthquake
  3. Heavy snow
  4. Flood potential
  5. Soil instability
  6. Timber Frame Engineering

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